Wild cabbage has evolved into new varieties fike cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower by
  • a)
    genetic drift
  • b)
    natural selection
  • c)
    reproductive isolation
  • d)
    artificial selection
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

Class 10 Question

By Mansi Behl · Oct 21, 2020 ·Class 10
2 Answers
Kuldeep Raj answered Oct 22, 2020
Correct answer is Option (d) Artificial selection. Because, it does not occurs naturally. It is man made for to lead his life easily.

Artificial selection is the process of selecting desired (more wanted) trait, when breed (to cross) with other plants/animals to get desired (more wanted) traits.

Examples:- Obtaining of Dogs from Wolves, Obtaining of Kohlrabi Cauliflower, Broccoli, Cabbage, Red cabbage, Kale from Wild cabbage.

Option a, b, and c occurs naturally by leaving the option d as it is a man made process.

Hence, Option d is correct friend...

Rebel answered Oct 22, 2020
Artificial selection is the process in which specific features of an organism are selected . Artifical selection involves the cultivation of new crops with disirable from one single parent .

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